American Seafoods’ Sustainability Report

Resource Summary

The report details American Seafoods’ continued advancement of its environmental and social responsibility efforts as it innovates and sustainably harvests the world’s best-managed fisheries. American Seafoods is the first Alaska seafood company to release its sustainability report in 2024, which further validates its category leadership in environmental protection initiatives. The results demonstrate continued progress on environmental impact and social responsibility as American Seafoods helps contribute to a cleaner and more ethical seafood supply chain.

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